Keith Morris & The Crooked Numbers - Live Candy (ca291)
Source Clinical ArchivesRun time 22:01
Keith Morris is an American singer-songwirter born in Talladega, Alabama and raised in Columbus, Georgia. Now residing in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Charlottesville, Virginia, he is a regular fixture on the music scene there, playing with the likes of Paul Curreri and folk legend Devon Sproule. He released his debut album, "Songs From Candyapolis" on City Salvage Records (USA) in 2007.
Recorded live at Gravity Lounge, Charolettesville, VA. 12/12/07.
All songs written Keith Morris.
Recorded by Jason Way.
Engineered by Jeff Romano.
Christan Keighley - drums
Budd Bryant - bass
Tom Proutt - guitar
Brandon Collins - cello and keyboards
Ann Marie Calhoun - violin
Jen Morris, Liadain Clancy and Devon Sproule - backing vocals
Paul Curreri - guitar; sleighbells on "Snowday"
Jeff Romano - harmonica
Keith Morris - guitar, vocals
Sandy Gray - lead guitar on "Billie Weir's Dress"
Devon Sproule - duet vocals on "Billie Weir's Dress"
Jen Morris - lead vocals on "Waltzing"
The live album includes a remix of the track "Candy Apples" by March Rosetta.
Candy Apples (March Rosetta remix) – Based on the original song "Candy Apples" by Keith Morris from the album "Songs From Candyapolis" [City Salvage, 2007) All additional material by Thomas Carter.
"Clinical Archives is about expanding the definition of music"
Clinical Archives / 2009
January 25, 2013
about expanding the definition of music
Sharply negative review of this listener (classicrocksucks), says that he it to be in captivity of own primitiveness and limitation in perception of a variety of music. The similar naive criticism - is a compliment.
January 25, 2013
Reply to Keith Morris
The personal issue is yours, in that you're upset that I didn't like it, that I was perfectly capable of saying so, and that I did. I wrote that to warn people that if they are expecting the adventure one gets from Clinical Archives's other 500 or so releases that it's going to be a rude shock, something like the vilest death metal band showing up suddenly on a classical station. Clinical Archives describes themselves as specialising in experimental music and this is hardly that. What you chose to make is simply not a pleasant sound to me because of the lack of adventure -- and that's not a pleasant surprise. Context is everything and this is in the wrong context. Put it in a more fitting one and you might get opinions other than mine. There will be people who do like it but you impressed me so negatively that I felt compelled to tell others about it.
January 13, 2013
note from keith
thanks to lazarus for the nice review. no thanks to whoever left that 1 star review. obviously, since there are no other reviews from you, this is some sorta personal issue. and since i rarely have serious lingering personal disagreements with people, i've got it narrowed down to two possibilities. but perhaps you'd save me the time and have the courage to identify yourself?
June 13, 2010
Songs were very predictable, didn't care for the singer's voice. It didn't sound anywhere close to being sincere to me. This was a shock because normally Clinical Archives is A1 when it comes to quality.
April 8, 2010
Downloaded 39,736 times, and I am first to Review,wow,well on behalf of all those folks who did not write,let me say,this is super fine,5 stars and bookmarked!